Progress Bar is one state of the af:ProgressIndicator component – an useful multi-component designed to “give users an indication that there is a back end task in progress” or anything that has a measurable start and end.
This is a quick post about how to log in programmaticallyagainst your WLS when working with ADF applications that are ADF Security enabled. The use case is simple; an ADF application with ADF Security Enabled with two pages. One of the pages is open to the world while other is only accessible to authenticated role. This is a 18.104.22.168 application but the same should work in other versions. Continue reading
NoticiasD – A news reader ADF Application with custom skinning emulating what is now known as Linkedin Pulse. This POC Application was born with only one goal; show that ADF Applications can look as nice as any other web application you might have seen. Although the application itself is simple and far from being perfect, you may actually doubt that it was build using only adf components. Continue reading
All you need to do is use the following command:
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to 8080
Oracle JDeveloper & ADF Team have made a great job with the latest release of Oracle ADF including the new out of the box skin and patterns – Alta UI. The concept of having a responsive ADF Application has become something that we can now actually see instead of dream. Whether you agree or not, for some people the look and feel is as important as the functional requirements in a web application. I agree. Continue reading
As you might have seen in different tutorials and posts (including us), before, it was not clear how to avoid displaying a graph (or chart in 12.1.3) where all the bars were colored the same. For example, before 12.1.3 the strategy we used, and many of you as well, was to simply “swap bars with” as we showed in one of our previous posts; Continue reading
Let’s start explaining the use case:
An ADF Application is storing an Object in the application scope and it needs to be always up to date. The object may be updated by externals sources at any time so it needs to be constantly refreshed to avoid stale data. So, how do you keep up to date this object? Continue reading
Although the task seems relatively easy, the information available is too vague and you might find yourself struggling to understand what needs to be done, specially if you are just getting started with BI Publisher. In order to display a BLOB image in the report template RTF (using MS Word BI Publisher Plugin), follow the next steps: Continue reading
This is our first post for BI Publisher 11G that is meant to save others that have little or none experience on the tool but still, need to get the job done.
This post is about a relatively simple task; add a dynamic footer or header to your RTF template in MS Word using BI Publisher plugin, and the footer/header need to reference dynamic data (data model fields). Continue reading
If you are familiar with ADF Contextual Events, then you will know that the events only happen in the Binding Layer, meaning that producers and consumers ought to be registered in some pageDef inside your ADF Application. Right, but what do you do when your consumer method is in your bean? You need to expose the method to your binding layer for it to be able to become a valid candidate to ‘consume’ any of your contextual event. You might be tempted to just create a POJO DC based on this bean just to be able to create a method binding in your pageDef only for this purpose or use a dummy method in your AppModule to do the job.